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"This is not religious, always go by the names we gave them” Their newly-imposed names usually echoed the owners’ European identity Enslaved people might be named after English cities (London Bristol Lincoln) or characters from English literature (Hamlet Juliet) or classical antiquity (Solon Caesar Nero Caesar Pompey Mars Venus Dido) Names like these concealed an unpleasant joke at slaves’ expense Deprived of power such names set them up to seem deficient in understanding: these “poor ignorant creatures” the thinking went did not even know what their own names meant Along the way these singular names tried to erase both the culture the slaves came from and their family networks So do new names erase the past Quite possibly the opposite In an odd way a newly-minted name also speaks to the power of tradition Asserting the power not just to choose but to invent your name responds to a past in which that power was denied Earlier this year a Duke professor argued that African Americans were to blame for their own segregation citing their habit of giving unusual names to children and exhorting them to work harder to overcome their historical disadvantages But his comments only revealed his own ignorance: those names were a repudiation of their disadvantaged past There is no simple answer to the question of what to call the Georgetown buildings What matters is opening up the question and the history behind it Coming at a time when racism in America is under renewed and intense scrutiny this is a reminder of a battle that is not yet finished Whatever happens in Georgetown we need to make sure that the right side wins Again Margaret Williamson is an emeritus professor at Dartmouth College She wrote this commentary for the Op-Ed project a social venture to increase the range of voices we hear Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors sat upright in your bed, The decline comes amid a general slump for television viewership, Write to Eliza Berman at eliza. Shiller in the Times article. I will also visit the (Thoothukudi) government hospital and assess the situation. read more